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Explainer: Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle
While the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (HUP) does not mean “there are some things you can never be sure of”, it does imply “you can never be sure of everything.” How can this be? If you can never be sure of everything, doesn’t that mean there are some things you can never be sure of? Surprisingly, no.
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Before getting into the details, one thing to get clear is that Heisenberg’s “uncertainty principle” is not really a principle at all. A “”, in science as in everyday life, is a fundamental simple idea from which all sorts of other things can be derived, such as the principle of freedom, or the principle of fairness.
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Heisenberg’s principle is not like that – it’s actually a consequence of something more fundamental. That thing is , a theory that applies to all forms of matter and energy (as far as we can tell).
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The principle has also been used to justify uncertainty in quantum mechanics. Heisenberg deduced his uncertainty principle from the quantum nature of light and theeffect of measurement.
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You may have heard the anecdote about a woman who is stopped by a policeman who says: “I just measured your speed as 53.9 km/hr when you were in a 40 km/hr school zone.” She retorts: “Are you familiar with the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle? If you are so sure about my speed, you can’t possibly know where my car was.”
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One striking aspect of the difference between classical and quantumphysics is that whereas classical mechanics presupposes that exactsimultaneous values can be assigned to all physical quantities,quantum mechanics denies this possibility, the prime example being theposition and momentum of a particle. According to quantum mechanics,the more precisely the position (momentum) of a particle is given, theless precisely can one say what its momentum (position) is. This is (asimplistic and preliminary formulation of) the quantum mechanicaluncertainty principle for position and momentum. The uncertaintyprinciple played an important role in many discussions on thephilosophical implications of quantum mechanics, in particular indiscussions on the consistency of the socalled Copenhageninterpretation, the interpretation endorsed by the founding fathersHeisenberg and Bohr.
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The uncertainty principle is certainly one of the most famous aspectsof quantum mechanics. It has often been regarded as the mostdistinctive feature in which quantum mechanics differs from classicaltheories of the physical world. Roughly speaking, the uncertaintyprinciple (for position and momentum) states that one cannot assignexact simultaneous values to the position and momentum of a physicalsystem. Rather, these quantities can only be determined with somecharacteristic “uncertainties” that cannot becomearbitrarily small simultaneously. But what is the exact meaning ofthis principle, and indeed, is it really a principle of quantummechanics? (In his original work, Heisenberg only speaks ofuncertainty relations.) And, in particular, what does it mean to saythat a quantity is determined only up to some uncertainty? These arethe main questions we will explore in the following, focusing on theviews of Heisenberg and Bohr.
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